BREAKING: Canada had more deaths per capita in vaccine-coerced 2021 than in 2020
With a vaccine, you’d expect deaths to drop, right?

Mike Campbell

August 28, 2023

Canada finally updated its mortality data by age group — albeit seven months late — and the results are troubling.

BREAKING: Canada had more deaths per 1000 in vaccine-coerced 2021 than in 2020

2021 was of course the year the COVID vaccine was introduced, recommended, then coerced into Canadians by September. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the vaccine mandate as a wedge issue at the same time he called a snap election in an attempt to win a majority government.

But newly released data shows that, despite the vaccine mandate, more people died per capita in 2021 than in 2020 when the pandemic was supposedly ravaging Canada without a COVID vaccine available.

During the first year of the COVID pandemic — the year without a vaccine — the rate per death per 1000 people increased from the previous three years among most age groups.

For example,  the 25-29 age demographic saw a slight increase in 2020 to 0.8 people per 1000, as opposed to 0.7 in 2017, 2018, and 2019. However, in 2021, the rate didn’t go back down to 0.7 — instead it went up to 0.9. 

The same trend took place among every age group between 25 up to 74 years-old, except for 45-49 year olds, where the 2021 data was the same as the elevated 2020 data.

The 35-39 age demographic went from 1.0 in 2017, 2018, and 2019, to 1.1 in 2020 — all the way up to 1.4 in 2021.

The 40-44 age demographic went from 1.2 or 1.3 between 2017 – 2019, to 1.5 in 2020 — and then up again in 2021 to 1.6 per 1000 people.

Data suggested that the dominant 2021 COVID variant (Delta) was more contagious but less deadly than the dominant 2020 COVID variant (Alpha). 

Excess deaths also troubling

This confirms previous reporting by The Counter Signal, which showed that the 2022 excess deaths trajectory in Canada is on pace to shatter the total from 2021 – and obliterate that from 2020.

In July 2021, CTV reported on an “unprecedented increase in ill-defined and unknown causes of death” in Alberta from 2021. The province had 3,362 unknown cause deaths in 2021, compared to 1,464 in 2020, and 522 in 2019.  

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